NEWS ROUNDUP: The future of the BBC has been outlined in Wales
Here is your latest news roundup for Wales...
Huw Thomas, the leader of Cardiff Council has said that the BBC's plans to expand outside London will be a "boost" for Wales' capital. The corporation said its plans would create a "centre of excellence" for climate and science journalism in Wales, with that team moving from London to Cardiff's Central Square. The BBC have said that it is its biggest transformation in decades.
Following on from news earlier in the week that Cardiff Metropolitan University had postponed their graduation ceremonies, we can now report that the University of South Wales will do the same. Announcing the disappointing decision Professor Martin Stegall, pro vice-chancellor for research and student experience at USW said they would try to re-arrange the ceremonies to a later date.
And a film and food festival is coming to Cardiff and Swansea this summer and people will be able to enjoy themselves at a distance, with friends and family. Adventure Cinema will come to Cardiff in June and Swansea in July.
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